Workers Compensation 101

Tips For Getting Compensation For Damages Caused By Neighbor's Rainwater

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You might have done a lot of work on your house to make sure that the water from the rain does not damage your basement or cause any other problems on your property. You feel certain that these measures will be adequate as long as no one deliberately puts water in your house. However, you notice after the last rainfall that you are still suffering water damage due to the fact that your neighbor that is on top of the hill diverted his or her rainwater so that it ran directly into your property, rather than into the road or a storm drain. Read More»

Questions To Ask A Criminal Defense Attorney

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Finding yourself in a situation where you need the services of a criminal defense attorney can be one of the most stressful and difficult periods of anyone’s life. If you find yourself involved in a situation that could end in the deprivation of your freedom, it’s vital that you take every possible step to satisfy the criminal justice system while simultaneously protecting your interests. Below, you’ll find a guide to some questions you should be sure to ask your criminal defense attorney. Read More»

Can You Really Lose Custody Of Your Child Because You're Disabled?

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As many as 9 million parents in the U.S. suffer from some form of disability. But should they suffer from the loss of their children as a result? If you’re in a custody dispute and you suffer from a disability, here’s what you should know. The Judge Will Consider Your Disability As A Factor When Determining Custody There are a dozen different factors that a judge has to consider when determining what’s in the best interest of a child, once custody becomes an issue. Read More»

Don't Make These Financial Mistakes During Your Divorce

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Divorce can present you with many challenges, and many people underestimate how making the wrong financial decisions during this time can continue to affect you for many years down the road. Make sure that you get the support you need to avoid making the financial mistakes below. 1.  Failing to perform a realistic evaluation of your financial status. Now is the time to sit down and do a budget, including a forecast for the next year. Read More»

Avoid Pitfalls during a Divorce Mediation

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According to statistics, about 1 out of every 2 marriages will end in divorce. With half of marriages moving towards a divorce, many divorcing couples will find themselves stuck in mediation. The process can be scary if you do not know what to expect. Mediation is an important part of the divorce. You want to make sure you walk away with everything you are entitled to. Typically, you only get one chance at mediation before it will head to court so you want to do everything you can to get it right. Read More»